Erie has been bombarded with snow and ice in the past few weeks with additional winter weather still in the forecast. Given the harsh winter conditions, it is prudent to review some of the basic winter weather safety tips that can help you avoid injury and damage from severe weather conditions.
It is common to have questions about filing an injury claim after a traffic accident. For many individuals, a traffic accident might be the first time they need to deal with an insurance adjuster or an attorney. Our law firm represents accident victims and their families during a time when they are struggling to deal with medical bills, physical injuries, and emotional stress because of the negligence of another driver. Below are several questions that many people ask during their free consultation with our Pennsylvania car accident attorney.
Have you been involved in a car accident? Are you beginning to suffer symptoms that you cannot explain? Even though the accident occurred a few days or weeks ago, could these symptoms be associated with the car crash?
These are just some of the questions that people ask themselves when they begin experiencing delayed symptoms after a car accident. While many injuries from a traffic accident are immediately known, some injuries may have delayed symptoms that are not recognized for several days or weeks after the accident. Below are three common car accident injuries that might not be immediately known after the crash.
Winters in Pennsylvania can be brutal. The temperatures can cause hazardous conditions for drivers and pedestrians. While a lot of information is focused on avoiding traffic accidents during winter weather conditions, you should also focus on avoiding falls during the winter.
Falls on icy or snowy surfaces can cause severe injuries, including broken bones, traumatic brain injury, and spinal cord injuries. If you are not careful, you could find yourself in the hospital with an injury that will keep you out of work and on bed rest for a long time.
There are many misconceptions about filing traffic accident claims in Pennsylvania. Some of those misconceptions are based on the state’s no-fault insurance laws. Below are three common myths about recovering compensation for a car accident claim in Pennsylvania.
Are you ready to survive winter driving in Pennsylvania? The snow and ice can make for picture-perfect landscapes. However, those same conditions can make driving treacherous. The first step to surviving winter weather on the roads in Pennsylvania is to make sure that your vehicle has a winter survival kit.
As the temperatures fall and winter takes a firm grasp on Pennsylvania, we can expect to see more episodes of dangerous driving conditions because of weather. Sleet, freezing rain, snow, and other winter weather conditions can make driving treacherous. Even when drivers believe the roads are safe, black ice can pose a significant danger for drivers and others using our roads.
If you are injured in a black ice accident in Erie or the surrounding areas, our law firm can help. You might be entitled to compensation from the other driver even though weather and road conditions may have contributed to the cause of the crash. Contact The Travis Law Firm toll free at (800) 401-2066 to schedule a free legal consultation with one of our attorneys.
Are you looking for something fun to do in Erie for Christmas? So are we! Below are several events that we found in Erie that you might enjoy this holiday season. Because we are sure that there are many more holiday events in and around Erie during December, we encourage you to share your favorite Christmas events in our comments section below.
A common question that many people ask us during their free consultation is how much money can they receive for a brain injury claim. Because we value the trust placed in us by our clients, we are honest with them when answering this question. We cannot place a value on a brain injury claim during your first visit, and you do not want us to do so.
If an attorney tries to tell you what your claim is worth before the attorney conducts an investigation or you have not received maximum medical improvement, you need a new attorney. We believe you deserve the best legal representation possible. This includes a thorough and complete investigation and evaluation before we attempt to place a value on your pain and suffering.
Has your child asked for a new bicycle for Christmas? If so, it is important to teach your child how to ride his or her bicycle safely. Thousands of children are injured and killed in bicycle accidents each year. To prevent a wonderful surprise from turning into a tragic accident, our Erie bicycle accident attorneys urge you to review the state’s bicycle helmet laws and bicycle safety tips.